Only about 9 km northeast of Davos lies Klosters. In winter Britain’s royals love this ski resort because of its charm. Where Davos has traffic, bright lights and street bustle, Klosters has peace and quiet and a village atmosphere. Hikers will find routes of varying degrees of difficulty situated around Klosters. And the Madrisa adventure park, with its climbing facilities, promises an adrenaline surge. The region is recognized as one of the most attractive mountain biking destinations in Graubünden. The new sign posts on the Davos Klosters mountain bike trails deliver information that provides for a spectacular experience for all skill levels, from amateur to the highly skilled cyclist. An absolute must for all mountain biking addicts is the 10'000 meter elevation freeride tour which takes advantage of the five cable railways of Davos Klosters to get you to the top of the mountains.
How to get to Klosters: from Chur it takes approx. 1 hour. There are hourly trains and you have to change in Landquart. Or if you’re coming from Davos, it takes 26 minutes (hourly trains).
Tourist office: at Alte Bahnhofstrasse 6 (081 410 20 20) >>>www.davos.ch
Klosters Youth Hostel, “Soldanella” Talstrasse 73, (081 422 13 16) (a 10-minute walk from Klosters station).